In recent times, Lenovo has been pre-heating its upcoming Lenovo Legion Pro. The latest poster shows that this smartphone will come with a dual X-axis linear motor for the first time. It is the industry’s first dual X-axis linear motor mobile phone. The company will officially release this smartphone on July 22.
According to Guan Bin, the hardware architect of Legion, this device fully implements haptic feedback calls of dual X-axis linear motors from the application layer to the hardware layer. Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s mobile phone business department in China, said that the Android system’s support for linear motors, especially dual linear motors, is not good enough. Lenovo has set up more scenes from the bottom for better game scenery.
Lenovo Legion Pro – the “Powertrain”
The Lenovo Legion Pro gaming phone supports 90W Super Flash Charge as well as Twin Turbo. The company considers this smartphone as a “powertrain” and it enables both a fast flash charge and a big battery. For the “big battery” aspect, it is nothing that we have not seen before. This device comes with a 5000mAh large battery. However, it might interest you to note that Lenovo’s 90W fast charging fills this 5000 mAh battery in just 30 minutes. According to the company, this is the fastest technology for charging a battery of the same capacity. It uses a hybrid power flash-charge architecture with 16 layers of security.
Lenovo says that it is very stable and reliable. In addition, the Lenovo Legion Pro gaming phone has what it claims to be the industry’s toughest stacked audio system. It includes a massive 1.4CC x 2 sound cavity, 0.65×2 extra large-amplitude, 7 magnetic circuit system, & positive sound x 2. All these are in an all-metal material.
Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo said this is the highest specification we’ve ever done and should be the highest audio configuration in the industry at the moment. Simply put, this device combines the audio of the Mi 10 Pro + BlackShark 3 Pro positive sound + a more symmetrical configuration and tuning.
What else do we expect to see from the Lenovo Legion Pro gaming phone?
For now, we expect this smartphone will come with a 6.67-inch AMOLED display that supports a 144Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, we will have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ with up to 16GB RAM and 512GB UFS 3.1 storage. This smartphone uses a dual battery architecture and it is equipped with dual USB Type-C ports. Lenovo will officially unveil this smartphone on July 22nd. Obviously, it is worth waiting for.